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50 - Digit Number II (Posted on 2010-05-29) Difficulty: 2 of 5
N is a duodecimal (base 12) positive integer having precisely 50 digits such that each of its digits is equal to 1 except the 26th digit. If N is divisible by the duodecimal number 17, then find the digit in the 26th place.

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Hints/Tipsre: Now it's correctAdy TZIDON2010-05-29 18:01:49
NEVER TOO LATEAdy TZIDON2010-05-29 17:28:26
SolutionFor gamblers and shoppersAdy TZIDON2010-05-29 17:25:47
SolutionNow it's correctLarry2010-05-29 16:47:27
re: analytical solutionCharlie2010-05-29 16:02:11
SolutionSolutionCharlie2010-05-29 15:57:08
Not sure if this is correct.Larry2010-05-29 15:25:52
Hints/Tipsre: analytical solution..... bRAVO not dELTAAdy TZIDON2010-05-29 15:23:43
analytical solutionDaniel2010-05-29 13:37:30
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